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Ranger Improves Busy Route South Of Lake Okeechobee

RCC-US27-pict6935From 18-wheelers hauling goods across Florida to fishermen angling for the catch-of-the-day, just about everyone driving around the southern end of Lake Okeechobee makes use of US-27/ SR-25.

This busy stretch of pavement near South Bay is getting an overhaul, with Ranger Construction performing one of several projects underway. Ranger Central crews are rebuilding the roadway near an upgraded Miami Canal bridge and are milling and resurfacing more than 12 miles of asphalt leading up to the bridge.

In other Palm Beach County work, Ranger is widening and resurfacing sections of Okeechobee Boulevard, Beeline Highway and Alternate A1A, and is extending Hypoluxo Boulevard westward over Florida’s Turnpike, among other projects.

Also underway, Ranger is resurfacing nearly four miles of US-1 in St. Lucie County, widening two miles of SR-60 in Indian River County, and repaving stretches of SR-A1A and SR-513 in Brevard County, in addition to numerous other projects for the public and private sectors.

On Ranger’s US-27 project south of Lake Okeechobee, Loader Operator Sylvia Suarez piles road base material (above), while Truck Driver Augustin Fuentes delivers asphalt to the paver (this picture), and Foreman Eyon Gordon (below) reviews compaction test results with Armando Barrera of PSI. (Photos by Carl Thiemann)

On Ranger’s US-27 project south of Lake Okeechobee, Loader Operator Sylvia Suarez piles road base material (above), while Truck Driver Augustin Fuentes delivers asphalt to the paver (this picture), and Foreman Eyon Gordon (below) reviews compaction test results with Armando Barrera of PSI. (Photos by Carl Thiemann)

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Paver Operator David Peach, Screed Operator Jean Carbone and other members of Foreman Clint Talley’s asphalt crew make progress on US-27 near Lake Okeechobee.

Paver Operator David Peach, Screed Operator Jean Carbone and other members of Foreman Clint Talley’s asphalt crew make progress on US-27 near Lake Okeechobee.